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Theorizing nationalism

Author: Ronald Beiner
Publisher: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©1999.
Series: SUNY series in political theory., Contemporary issues.
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Theorizing Nationalism directly addresses the normative dimensions of nationalism. Some of the themes it discusses are the following whether there is a "right" to collective self-determination, the relationship between nationalism and modernity, whether nationalism and liberalism can be reconciled, whether there is a theoretically legitimate distinction between so-called civic and ethnic versions of nationalism, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Theorizing nationalism.
Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©1999
(DLC) 98006505
(OCoLC)38732089
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Beiner
ISBN: 058509053X 9780585090535
OCLC Number: 42636901
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 338 pages).
Contents: Introduction: nationalism's challenge to political philosophy / Ronald Beiner. --
Nationalism / John Dunn. --
Theorizing nationalism (normatively): the first steps / Wayne Norman. --
Theoretical difficulties in the study of nationalism / Yael Tamir. --
Nationalism and the narcissism of minor differences / Michael Ignatieff. --
The myth of the civic nation / Bernard Yack. --
Cultural nationalism, neither ethnic nor civic / Kai Nielsen. --
Misunderstanding nationalism / Will Kymlicka. --
Modernity and cultural vulnerability: should ethnicity be privileged / Brian Walker. --
How liberal can nationalism be? / Judith Lichtenberg. --
Nation and nationalism / Neil MacCormick. --
The new tribalism: notes on a difficult problem / Michael Walzer. --
Nationalism and modernity / Charles Taylor. --
Self-government revisited / Brian Barry. --
The first person plural / Roger Scruton. --
The incoherence of nationalism / Bhikhu Parekh.
Series Title: SUNY series in political theory., Contemporary issues.
Responsibility: edited by Ronald Beiner.

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Theorizing Nationalism directly addresses the normative dimensions of nationalism. Some of the themes it discusses are the following whether there is a "right" to collective self-determination, the relationship between nationalism and modernity, whether nationalism and liberalism can be reconciled, whether there is a theoretically legitimate distinction between so-called civic and ethnic versions of nationalism, and the "existential" attractiveness of nationalism.

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